Audrey Heller

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A Preconceived Notion


Most people, have a preconceived
notion about marriage. Thinking, it's
the answer to everything. They make
plans for the day, when they tie the
knot and happily display, their wedding
ring. But being married takes work.
There's a lot to be learned. It's not
successful by itself. Like most things,
it must be earned. The most important
thing is trust, consideration and
compromise. If it's not shown at the
beginning, there's bound to be trouble
in paradise. All marriages, are not made
in heaven. No two people think alike, or
deal with issues in the same way. If you
do your best to understand, there's nothing
one can say. In any relationship, let it be
known what you expect, from the start.
They'll be no hidden surprises and you
can give to each other, with a whole
heart!

Submitted: Tuesday, July 15, 2008

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